Flash Fiction: Yesteryear

PHOTO PROMPT © Jean L. Hays for Rochelle's Friday Fictioneers A relic of yesteryear. The old market and deli reduced to housing the ghost of nostalgia. The grandkids will never understand with their technology. In my day, kids hung out after school and hitched up their skirts inside the walls. Flashed innocent glances at each other, … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Yesteryear

Flash Fiction: Fake Rose

PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for her Friday Fictioneers Please note: 100% Fiction! Mum liked the fake roses. Then again, she preferred everything fake from her men to her boobs. Her smile fake as she politely nodded. Even in the bedroom, her pleasure questionable. Thanks Dad, way too much information. What can I say about … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Fake Rose

Flash Fiction: Living Bricks

  What the heck is that growing out of the window? A mole? A hive? Cancer? Get a ladder to cut it out or perform surgery from the inside? The owners want to sell. It will have to be to other witches. Humans tend to freak and wind up in mental institutions when they discover … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Living Bricks

Smoke Messages

PHOTO PROMPT © Anshu Bhojnagarwala   \Snap, crackle, pop. The fire breathes a life of its own. A connection between two worlds. A pit of messages from the dead to the living. If only they would turn on their senses. The deceased wait, patience the equivalent to thin ice. “Silly girl, don’t marry that slob!” Jenny stares into … Continue reading Smoke Messages